Southern Oregon Tenants’ Union Pickets Against Rent Increase

Jesse Eells-Adams

“Every good protest needs to have an end message,” said Kevin Stine. “What is the long term goal? What kind of change do you want to see? Telling greedy people to stop being greedy is just not going to happen.”

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Uber Launches in Medford

Cassandra Mlynarek

"Ridesharing will provide our city with greatly desired transportation options at no cost to taxpayers,” said Medford City Council member Kevin Stine. “Medford residents will now be able to hail an Uber through their mobile device and get a safe ride home whenever they need it. Ridesharing will also provide complimentary service to public transportation. I am excited to welcome ridesharing services like Uber to Medford."

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Kevin Stine Announces Run for State Senate

Kristin Hosfelt - KOBI 5

“I think moving forward, the best place for me to be, the best place to enact real change is the Oregon State Senate,” Stine explains, “I’m young but I do have quite a bit of life experience coming from poverty, coming from a military background, I have a young family and the things that really interest me is things like income inequality, and making sure that people can work their way up the social ladder.”

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First Day to File to Run for State Office Moves Slowly

Bend Bulletin

"Four minutes after midnight, Medford City Council member Kevin Stine, a Democrat, electronically submitted his candidacy for the 3rd District seat in the Oregon State Senate, becoming the first of a flood of men and women to officially get their ticket stamped to run for state office in 2018."

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Stine Announces Run for State Senate

Mail Tribune

“I don’t expect everyone to agree with me on everything,” he said. “But I want people to know I’m honest. I’ll be voting for what’s best for Southern Oregon.”

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Public Profile - Kevin Stine

Rogue Valley Messenger

"I’m very satisfied with the work that I have been able to accomplish during my term on the Medford City Council. The Council has been able to produce large, lasting accomplishments, some of which have been on the agenda for many years."

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